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The White Review Nº 4

We really got inspired by the editors introduction on the latest issue of The White Review:  "...we must make, write, argue, dream, paint and act in the faith that creativity is commensurate with progress, and that we are responsible for our own futures. The future is there to be forged... The White Review believes that it is more important now than ever to provide a forum for expression and debate. We are indebted to the support of the many people who are similarly committed to the idea that a healthy and varied culture is integral to a society’s well-being. We hope that you find something in this issue to provoke or inspire you to pick up a pen, a paintbrush, or a placard." [ Continue reading ]

Acne Paper 13

Acne just released their 13th issue of the Acne Paper, themed ‘The Body’. A beautiful associative document ‘from the manifestations of our esteem for physical beauty to philosophical metaphors for corporal complexity and spiritual ideas; from the mythological and the divine to the disturbing and the macabre…Instead of… [ Continue reading ]


I completely missed the online update of Purple and just found out that the Purple Fashion Magazine is now available online, for free. It is designed in a really smart way, to keep the magazine experience but give you more reading and viewing pleasure. Some real next level magazine design. [ Continue reading ]


Today Selectism pointed us towards this amazing new magazine Terroir, a biannual travel journal ‘that seeks to collaborate with and showcase Singaporean perspectives on travel and what various places meant to them from Singapore.’ The document is completely ‘home printed’ by the publisher Benjamin Koh, page… [ Continue reading ]

The Ride Journal 6

Of all the magazines we see there are always a few worth some extra attention. The Ride Journal is one of them. With their sixth issue counting nearly 200 pages it is getting some serious dimensions and we can’t wait to get our hands on it.  Philip Diprose,… [ Continue reading ]


Days away from riding my new custom build bike by Elian Cycles (later more on that) I found these images shot for the first issue of Curves Magazine. The magazine is dedicated to Route des Grandes Alpes. A route through the Alps to the Mediterranean, crossing 16 high… [ Continue reading ]

Matter Magazine

Kilimanjaro Magazine launched a new publication last week called Matter Magazine, a Modern Journal For Men That Matter. A magazine that records the ways in which new and developing technology affects culture, lifestyle, fashion, and the arts. First issue includes Google’s Creative Director of Data Arts,… [ Continue reading ]

Journal de Nîmes Nº8

Tenue de Nîmes have released its 8th Journal de Nîmes today: The Made in Europe issue. Two of the many highlights of this issue are a portrait of the legendary French knitwear label Armor Lux  and the interview with Tim Little, Creative Director of British Shoemaker… [ Continue reading ]

The Travel Almanac 02

While enjoying some lovely days of in Napoli and around, driving the amazing Costa Amalfi and climbing the Vesuvius, it’s good to see one of my favorite magazines released their second issue. In this issue of The Travel Almanac, acclaimed artist and former fashion designer Helmut Lang shares… [ Continue reading ]

Demo Magazine

Demo, the free independent music magazine that uncovers the most exciting and interesting emerging talent Australia has to offer, just released their 4th issue. Created in 2006 by award winning creative agency Moffitt.Moffitt. – Demo has gone on to fill the void between… [ Continue reading ]

Underscore in the Neighborhood

Underscore Magazine asked me to share my neighborhood favorites with the rest of the world in their new issue ‘The Fight’. I suggest you to buy the magazine, listen to the tracks to accompany your reading pleasure and enjoy this truly lovely magazine! Meanwhile you can read my favorites here.

— ‘Five years ago, we moved from Amsterdam to Utrecht, 40 km south of Amsterdam. It is the fourth biggest city of the Netherlands, but small enough to cross on your feet. Moving from Amsterdam to Utrecht is something like moving from Manhattan to Brooklyn; it is not that far, it is a calmer place and you don’t have to walk over the heads of tourists.
My favorite places in Utrecht have a good mix of everything: [ Continue reading ]

The White Review No. 3

As a loyal supporter of the magazine I couldn’t let it unnoticed. The 3rd issue of The White Review is just released with featured interviews with writers Will Self and Marina Warner, and an unusual discussion on artistic collaboration and contemporary art with Danish conceptual duo Elmgreen &… [ Continue reading ]


In the new issue of Foam Magazine, the Talent issue, there’s this really nice series of pictures named ‘Godspeed’ by the Belgian photographer Katrien Vermeire. Beautiful, colorful pictures, bright yellow stripes and dots on blue and red trees with green leaves… Images of fireflies in the… [ Continue reading ]

Fantastic Spin

Yesterday Fantastic Man started with a movie series by Lernert & Sander who, on a sunny day in London filmed in super slow motion two professional figure skaters spinning in the newest autumn fashions. Today Fantastic Spin #2 in Hermès. [ Continue reading ]

Grace Perry in Scion Magazine

Last week I was invited to LA to drive the new Scion iQ, a compact and super innovative car that will fit in an average pickup trunk. The car, also known as the Toyota iQ in Europe and Asia, will be released with a huge creative campaign, covering the music-, art-, photography- and fashion-scene with exhibitions, concerts, festivals and the launch of a magazine.
Since we’re not the car blog where we will feature all the tech specs but only want to share everything esthetic in lifestyles across the globe, we decided to do a pre-publication of the magazine which will be released September the 17th in the US. A piece of sic-fi where dogs get jetpacks and books have infinite blank pages to fill with lead pencils that would never go dull. Enjoy a story where metal meets sci-fi and fantasy. [ Continue reading ]

The Travel Almanac

At the start of my trips to Berlin, Norway, Manchester and Lucca of last month I picked up the first issue of The Travel Almanac. A new, fresh and beautiful designed magazine featuring a really nice special on Japanese Ryokans (ultra-traditional countryside hotels), interviews with David… [ Continue reading ]

The Youth

Today Acne launched its 12th issue of Acne Paper, The Youth Issue. ‘While being young is one thing that most people are pretty good at, it is more unusual to be exceptionally good at something when you are very young. This issue focus on the young people who… [ Continue reading ]

Havana Fight Club

Achim Lippoth shot this beautiful series of pictures and short movie in the ‘Rafael Trejo Boxing Gym’ for Kid’s Wear issue 33. The Rafael Trejo Boxing Gym is one of the oldest boxing clubs in Cuba where local kids from 8-11 years… [ Continue reading ]


Last week a chunk of new magazine issues hit the doormat… The new issue of Monocle for some international style and retail inspiration with their new Quality of Life index. The new Diner Journal for the best American recipes. The beautiful issue of The… [ Continue reading ]

Post Gravity

“What awaits us beyond constraints of time, form and place” Last week one of todays most challenging magazines for the iPad launched its second issue. Post Gravity, an amazing publication full of moving images, beautiful sounds and inspiring articles focussing on fashion, art,… [ Continue reading ]

The Plant Journal

A new bi-annual publication from Spain. The Plant Journal offers a new look on greenery by featuring the works of creative people who love plants along with botanical contents in a simple and personal way. It reminds me on Apartemento, friends from the publishers and based in Barcelona too. [ Continue reading ]

The Green Soccer Journal 2

It’s there! Well, it’s almost there. The second issue of The Green Soccer Journal provides a look into the world of French football and includes their first double cover featuring France legend Patrick Vieira and their rising star Mamadou Sakho. Can’t wait to get my hands on it!… [ Continue reading ]

The White Review No. 2

Tomorrow The White Review will launch its second issue. We were so fortunate to get a sneak preview in this beautiful designed magazine - a feast for the eyes, but more important for the mind since it's a magazine focussed on in-depth interviews, short stories, poetry, essays, reportage and just a little artwork and photography. [ Continue reading ]